Immigration Case Successes
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Three Trade NAFTA Management Consultant Approvals
Published: Apr 19, 2012
We were retained by a large international law firm to represent three Canadian citizens who were offered management consultant positions with a large U.S. consulting firm.
We reviewed each of the Applicant’s credentials, advised the law firm concerning the documentation necessary for the approval of the applications, prepared each applicant for inspection
Initial Fraud Determination at Border Reversed by Immigration Judge, Client Admitted to US
Published: Apr 13, 2012
Our client is a Canadian citizen. He is a well qualified management consultant to the computer industry. Previously, it had been determined by the Department of Homeland Security that he was inadmissible to the United States for fraud and misrepresentation. This ground of inadmissibility constitutes a lifetime bar to United States entry. At this point we
TN Management Consultant Approval
Published: Apr 4, 2012
Our client is a Canadian citizen. He has more than 20 years of sales and management experience in the powersports clothing industry. A United States company that is the global leader in designing, developing and manufacturing advanced motor sports apparel desired our client’s services to review and advise them concerning their sales tactics and marketing
Citizenship Application Approved in 3 Months
Published: Feb 3, 2012
Our client was born in India. We have represented him for over ten years. Prior to our representation, he married a United States citizen and became a permanent resident as a result of that marriage.
Because he was married for less than two years at the time he became a permanent resident, his status was only valid for two years.
Determination of Inadmissibility Reversed, Green Card Issued without a Waiver
Published: Jan 13, 2012
We just received a Green Card approval on behalf of a client who is married to aUnited Statescitizen. The client first came to us when in immigration court proceedings were instituted against him after he was taken into custody while mistakenly driving down a one way road that led to a border crossing. He was engage to aUnited Statescitizen at the time he
Determination of Inadmissibility Reversed, Client to be Admitted without a Waiver
Published: Jan 9, 2012
I was just able to convince U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) that my client, an undergraduate student and citizen of Canada, is not inadmissible to the United States, and does not need a waiver to be readmitted as a student. The basis for the initial determination of inadmissibility was that he was charged with a theft offense in the State of
11th TN Granted to Management Consultant
Published: Jan 6, 2012
Our client is a Canadian citizen. She is a well-respected Management Consultant who maintains her own consulting business in Canada. She has been employed by a U.S. management consultant firm for over 12 years on an as needed basis to provide consultant services to the U.S. firm’s clients. We have prepared all of her applications for TN status.
Nonimmigrant Waiver Approved
Published: Nov 30, 2011
Our client is a Canadian citizen. Unfortunately, as a teenager he was bullied by a group of other young men, and when he fought back, was charged and convicted on separate occasions of Assault Causing Bodily Harm, Uttering Threats, Aggravated Assault, and Assault with a Weapon.
Since that troubled time in his life, he has rehabilitated himself. He is